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The mid-Holocene coasts have radical differences with the early and late Holocene coasts both in terms of process and form. To understand this difference, this paper has compiled the calculations in recent studies of sea level changes and coastal evolution between 7800 to 4400 years ago. (Approximately 7000-4000 years ago, measured by carbon 14). The average sea water level during this period has basically changed by increase in water drainage due to the melting of ice planes at the northern hemisphere, while the role of Antarctica in this change is insignificant. This paper deals with the eustatic changes in the mid-Holocene, namely, the study of age-height and then patterns of coastal development.